The Rochester Public Library
has graciously offered to host the February Writers Night
. We will meet in the Community Room at 6PM on February 1st. We’ll have a double-feature that evening, myself and the very talented Jen Decker. Each will have 30 minutes of the night. There will be an open mic to follow, but we need to put the room back in order and vacate no later than 8:15PM.
I’m so excited to be featuring again in a few weeks at Pat O’Brien’s Writers Night
. Some of the pieces I plan to include are: “Blood,” “Stories,” “44-47,” “11 Minutes,” “Forbidden Words,” “Book Burning,” “Frozen,” “Our Orange Ozymandias,” “Change,” “Dissent is Patriotic,” “Lump,” “0-9,” “10-19,” “20-29,”and “30-43.” I’ll have others ready if we have time.
Continue reading “New Date #Poetry Night Features #KyleLeach & Jen Decker– February 1st 2018 Rochester Public #Library”
This post contains the online collection and archive information for The Museum Of Farmington History. I am the curator there as many of you know. Right now the online museum has a small representation of what we have available in the full collection, but as time goes on, many more items are being added at regular intervals. We have thousands of items to put in, so it will take quite some time. It will also take additional time to build exhibits and weave together the stories from people in town. Continue reading “Go Back In Time- At The #Museum Of #Farmington #History”
Spring is finally underway here in New Hampshire! Lots of tulips are up and most of the early bloomers are strutting their stuff in the garden. Enjoy the photos! Continue reading “Early Spring Garden Photos 2017”